$4.5m in fines
Posted: Tuesday, January 1, 2019
TTSEC slaps $4.5m in fines on companies
The Trinidad and Tobago Securities and Exchange Commission (TTSEC) slapped over $4.5 million in fines, mostly on taxpayer-supported companies
2018 – A year of blood
Murders leave citizens in fear
Citizens wish for safer TT in 2019
Couple not wearing seatbelts killed in crash
Chaguanas mayor's wish: City status in 2019
Boodhan said another goal of the Chaguanas Borough Corporation is for Chaguanas to earn the designation of safest city in TT.
P'Town councillor warns of health hazard
THRTA wants safer destination T&T
The Trinidad Hotels, Restaurants and Tourism Association (THRTA) has strongly condemned the recent attack on British cruise ship tourist, Sally Wilson.
Mahabir-Wyatt: Shindlar possibly with cult in TT
Consultant on Russia investment in Venezuela gas
No worry for T&T
Warning from trade union leaders
Labour fighting back in 2019
You can be charged after today
Works and Transport Minister Rohan Sinanan made this abundantly clear after he gave an update on the deadline to have vehicles inspected by today
Evacuation of Piarco control centre due to maintenance
Sir Fenton's remains for homeland, Guyana
Ramsahoye, Maharaj said, was a strong advocate of retaining the Privy Council. "He was strong in his view that justice was too important for the average man and woman to be left for small societies like ours to have the final say."
Two friends abducted, raped, sodomised
‘Baby' in ICU after shooting at La Romaine
CONSTRUCTION labourer Ricardo Barclay, 28, had just walked across the road to meet a friend on Saturday night when occupants of a "taxi" pulled up next to him and began shooting.
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